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Reminder: Australia Starts Annual Declaration under AICIS on August 1 On July 28, the Australian Government issued a notice to remind introducers (manufacturers and importers) to start submitting annual declarations for the 2021-2022 registration year.
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[Updated] China Cosmetic and New Cosmetic Ingredient Notification: The Current Situation China implemented a notification system for general cosmetics and low-risk new cosmetic ingredients. ChemLinked summarized the current situation of cosmetic and new cosmetic ingredient notification.
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EU RAPEX Receives 72 Alerts for Non-compliant Cosmetics in 2022 H1, Detection of Prohibited Ingredient Being the Primary Reason From January to June 2022, RAPEX received 72 alerts on measures taken against non-compliant cosmetics. These cosmetics were notified by 14 countries, among which Sweden, Ireland, Lithuania, Germany and France ranked the Top 5. Besides, the detection of prohibited ingredient is the primary non-compliance reason for the notified cosmetics,
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[Updated] Indonesia Implements the Amended Cosmetic Ingredient Use Requirements: 17 Newly Permitted Ingredients and 231 Newly Prohibited Ingredients The main amendments are 1) revising the scope of prohibited cosmetic ingredients, and adding 231 prohibited ingredients; 2) revising the use requirements for other ingredients (ingredients not listed in Appendix I) and natural ingredients; 3) adding 14 restricted ingredients, deleting 1 restricted ingredient and amending the use requirements for 2 restricted ingredients; 4) Amending the use requirements for 1 permitted colorant; 5) Amending the preamble of Appendix III, adding 1 permitted preservative, deleting 1 permitted preservative, and amending the use requirements for 3 permitted preservatives; 6) adding 2 permitted sunscreens.
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China NMPA Officials Clarify Matters Related to Ingredient Safety Information Submission During NMPA’s symposium with industry associations, NMPA officials clarified that the purpose of ingredient safety information submission is to track and monitor problematic ingredients and products containing them, expressed the necessity to strengthen the information security management of the Submission Platform, and emphasized the responsibilities of registrants and notifiers.
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Thailand Updates the Cannabis and Hemp Regulations for Cosmetics On the same day, the Thai Food and Drug Administration (Thai FDA) released the revised criteria and requirements for the registration of cannabis and hemp-based cosmetics as well as the checklist of required registration documents, supplementing and ...
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